Carolyn’s Online Magazine
DEEP WATER ALONG THE NEW ENGLAND COAST
FROM NARAGANSETT BAY, RHODE ISLAND
FRENCHMAN BAY, MAINE
I’ve been intrigued by water during the past couple of decades, which led me to a literal interpretation of the January 30, 2015 WordPress photo prompt, depth: the salty ocean depths along the New England coast. The photos below will take you to the deep waters from a beach in Newport, Rhode Island to Frenchman Bay, Maine.
I favored the above beaches in this post because:
- Portsmouth, Rhode Island is the home of my 1600s ancestors Thomas and Rebecca Cornell and Thomas Cornell, Jr., their son. Rebecca’s story: KILLED STRANGELY: A NEW ENGLAND MURDER STORY .
- East Lamoine, Maine, is the home of my 1791 ancestor, Louis and Mary Googins des Isles, and their son William. Read My Tinge of Irish Heritage: The Googins Family. It is also the setting of the third section of the historical novel I’m writing.
- I spent my childhood summers on Wallis Sands Beach: Wallis Sands Beach, New Hampshire (Sept. 2013)